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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1926, Postville, Iowa
Page four you had Only had a Thrift account if when reverses assail you you have had the foresight to Lay aside a part of your regular earnings then you can meet the world and its problems with Assurance. Savin is a Little thin to do Why not Start today citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital surplus $13,000 Postville Herald f. W. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor Pound of Thistle Leaf Coffee free the famous Thistle Leaf Coffee is 50c per lb., with 10 coupons you get a full Pound absolutely free. Jack Sprat Good eats of almost every kind in cans and packages. Palate pleases at pleasing prices pineapple season is now on potato chips cucumbers and cantaloupes fresh strawberries daily Ful o Pep Chick feeds Johnston s crackers and cookies Campbell s soups several flavors of ice Cream Thoma Bros. Restaurant. We deliver both phones Madison plow co. Plows discs Corn planters Corn plows new idea spreaders wagons and gasoline engines. We have a full line of these dependable cultivating goods bought direct from the manufacturers cutting out the middlemen s profit and know we can save you Money. Come and look them Over. Now is the time to have your plows sharpened Nad machinery repaired so you will be ready for Spring work. Bring them in. J. P. Ellis blacksmithing Postville. Iowa one is never enough one ice Cream Cone made with our ice Cream is never enough for a boy. He wants two or More. And Why not let him have them no better or purer food could be eaten. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son subscription Price. $2.00 Tor year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display so cents per Inch Loeb readers legals 10c. Per. Line want ads__________5 cents per line Cash with order on All Nail orders. Church school or society notice of mass Mae fun Linegan was at Ossian entertainment where an admission is to. House that evening Phi , mrs. Llo a pc inlay a talk a on b 1 us. A a q pm Nch wci0 Deconie Horn of Fayette. The graduates were Oma misses Vera Aulrich. Frances Over Beck and Viola Kamin Harlan Schultz Orval Radach and Clen Nichols. Miss Vera Aulerich received a scholarship from the College at Ohio Lic othe Missouri. Miss trances Overbeck a scholarship in a business College at Des Moines. Castalia. Charged or cards of thanks and Reso unions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. J foreign advertising representative j the american press association entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday May 27, 1926. Mrs. Floody and James were at Ossian thursday. Lester Neverman is driving n new Star touring car. Mrs. Damond Meyer was an Ossian caller wednesday. Mrs. Henry Schultz was a pos Vilh caller wednesday. Miss Julia Kobriger was shopping at Postville wednesday. Lester Neverman and John Kluss motored to Ridgeway thursday p. M. Will turn Merman and Lester Neverman wore saturday of a m r. Ter noon. In Ert spent sunday with i mrs. Fred barries entertained the i from a dub a Lee. Embroidery club at her Home Satur pitl the broke her Arm Day afternoon. Hous the school or. And mrs. Sherbon and three at6 n of Stanley called on friends a n ,z.\esler a a son george1 in town monday went to Earlville monday returning or. And mrs. H. H. Meyer were wednesday sunday visitors of or. And i a Rignry Oelke sr., of Farn Kersburg thur Behrens at Postville. Pent a few Days with or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. Lester Neverman and sons Earl and Maurice visited rela Luana. Fred splies. Eight Auto loads of Young people were sunday visitors of or. And mrs. Alvin Gruel. Or. And mrs. Alle. Rowell were at Arlington sunday to attend the funeral of a Cousin. Or. And mrs. Arthur Palas Are rejoicing Over the arrival of baby no. 2, since Friday night. Mrs. Kate Koth spent several Days the past week with the John reidel family near Monona. Miss Myrtle Sherwood has been appointed to fir to primary Grade in the mencing at 10 30 schools at Plover Iowa. Or. And mrs. Vern Zieman and children were sunday visitors of or. And mrs. Joe winching. The Alvin Brietspreche family visited at the Arno Schmalfeld Home sunday at Farn Kersburg. Or. And mrs. Frank Ames or. And mrs. M. E. Smith were visitors saturday afternoon at Waukon. Mrs. Dora Ziegler spent a couple Days out on the farm the past week with her son George and family. _ Rev. And mrs. Kumpf and son Harold left monday for several Days visit with relatives at Readlyn. Or. And mrs. Henry Wilke of Postville mrs. Dora Ziegler and daughters were sunday guests of grandma Kamin. Or. And mrs. Leo Timp and daughter left for Ossian saturday where they plan to spend most of the summer. Misses Myrtle Sherwood and Olive de Lay were six o clock dinner guests of and mrs. Emil Aulerich tuesday. Relatives and friends assisted mrs. Minna Kamin sr., to celebrate her 71st birthday Friday evening May 21st. Miss Berg will spend this week with Tyves at Luana thursday evening. Albert barries came saturday by car from Peoria Illinois to visit his parents or. And mrs. Fred barries. Miss Adeline halve son a student of Fayette College spent Over sunday with her Friend mrs. Lester Muth. Mrs. John Schroeder of Postville spent tuesday with her daughter mrs. Lester Neverman and family. Memorial Day will be observed Here monday Forenoon May 31st. The program will be held at the Hall com syncing at 10 30. Or. And mrs. Carlaus Meyer and daughter Marion spent sunday at the Home of mrs. Meyer s parents or. And mrs. Fred Schultz. Wis. Helmuth Meyer sr., Elaine Klaus mrs. Will Drallmeier and Ger Aldine visited at the Helmuth Meyer jr., Home in Postville wednesday. Mis. Ella Harvey and mrs. Floody entertained a number of ladies at a 6 30 dinner in Honor of miss sue Schmidt at the Home of the former tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Henry Koenig and daughters Aileen and Georgeen or. And mrs. George Kula or. And mrs. Harvey Dahms and Zonna Mae mrs. Will Drallmeier and Geraldine were sunday visitors at the John Kluss next sunday May 30th, Rev. Hof Erer will preach his Farewell Sermon to this congregation he having resigned his position As pastor Here to accept a Call to become pastor of a larger lutheran congregation at Cedar rapids Nebraska. Their car of household goods is to be packed sometime the first of this week and they will spend the rest of the week with mrs. Hoferer s relatives at Monona. The members of the sewing Circle were entertained at the h. H. Meyer her sister miss Olga Berg at Wau Home by mrs. Harvey Dahms mis Kon before leaving for her Home at Ruthven. Mrs. J. C. Bennetts of Prairie Duchien was a guest of her aunt mrs Mary Henderson from tuesday until thursday. Several relatives friends gathered at the Robt. Miller Home sunday evening to help them celebrate their Silver wedding. Or. And mrs. Arno Oelke and daughter Blanche of Farmersburg called at the Ben f. Overbeck Home sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Frank o Brien of Mcgregor a toed Over sunday for a Short visit with grandpa and grandma Krambeer. Or. And mrs. Phil Frye and Mother or. And mrs. Henry Frye a and son were sunday visitors of the Edburt family at Clermont. Mis Myrtle Sherwood spent saturday and sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Roy Moon leaving for her Home at Cresco monday. Miss de Etta Rekow finished a successful year teaching in the Heins District Friday and plans to spend most of the summer at Home. The c. J. Nichols and John Gruel families with or. And mrs. C. Bom Berger and son Lores of St. Olaf Pic nicked sunday near West Union. Or. And mrs. Emil Lempke entertained the Carl Erb family or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck or. And mrs. Fred Lempke of Monona sunday. A r. R. Construction Crew have been Here a few Days driving piles preparatory to putting a viaduct under the Railroad just West of the school House. Or. And mrs. Frank Ames leave tuesday on a tour through the Western states Washington Oregon California etc., probably an All summer trip John Keve who with his brother Albert were partners in our lumber Yard a number of years ago wa.3 say ing hello to a few of their friends tuesday. Messes. George Messing and Chet Adams Amanda and Letha Kamps a toed up from Dubuque saturday for a visit in the Homes of Lyle Engelhardt and Henry Schroeder or. And mrs. Eldo Kurdelmeier and son Lyle or. And mrs. Lorenz doer ring and daughters Eleanor and Jeanette Karl and Ida Schultz were sunday guests at the Fred Palas Home. Fred Haffa is doing some painting and papering in the building former by occupied by c. L. Cayton. Mrs. Dora Biegler has rented the place and plans to take roomers and serve meals. Or. And mrs. Herman Knuth accompanied or. And mrs. Vern Knuth and daughter Marie to Monona sunday evening to help mrs. Frank Lenth celebrate her birthday anniversary. Or. And mrs. Alvin Knuth and soil Walter Knuth and daughter Lorene or. And mrs. Arno Kliefoth or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Herman Knuth. Our school closed Friday for the summer vacation. The High school with supt. Neff and the High school teachers a toed to Mcgregor Friday morning chartering the use of the yacht Arbutus of or. Bell and enjoyed a 25 Miles trip up the Mississippi to Lynxville Wisconsin. Miss Lude King and pupils Pic nicked at Durno s Park. Misses Seitz and Walke took their pupils to the Woods North of town. Miss Sherwood entertained her pupils at the school Boule. The mothers of the pupils worked a Surprise Mabel Dahms and mrs. John Kluss thursday evening in Honor of mrs. Lester Muth and mrs. A. A. Hoferer. A dinner at 6 30 was followed by a session at progressive 500. Miss Flossie Harvey received first honors and miss Eileen Malloy the Consolation prize. All report it a most Happy occasion. Frankville. Saturday afternoon. Guy Schofield and family of Strawberry Point and James Puffer and family of fort Atkinson spent sunday at the vein Letchford Home. Walter Tillapaugh and Robert Tillapaugh and wife of decor Ali came ten Day afternoon to attend the funeral of their Cousin l. C. Spaun. Airs. Emma Peck and daughter came up from Waterloo wednesday to attend the funeral of l. C. Spaun returning Home Friday morn we Are sorry to report Joe Ryan on the sick list. Julius Geskin of Ossian was a caller in town tuesday. Mrs. Rilla Letchford visited at Postville wednesday. Max Waters started working at the or. And mrs. C. H. Waters made a trip to Waukon Friday afternoon cheese factory last week. Frankville was Well represented at the circus at Decorah monday. The m. H. Club will meet with mrs. Rachel Birdsell Friday afternoon. Claude Van Wey and family were Postville visitors wednesday evening. A Large crowd from Here enjoyed a fishing trip to the Power dam sunday. Julius Brown of Ravena was a caller at Geo. Van Wey s sunday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche Mcfarland and baby of Oelwein Are visiting at Glen Letch Ford s. Or. And mrs. Charley Webster visited friends at Forest Mills sunday afternoon. Mrs. Archie Jones and Maxine of Castalia visited mrs. Elma Crabtree wednesday. Paul Topel and family of la Crosse visited thei children Here saturday and mrs. Chris Waters entertained her s. S. Class of girls at her Home saturday afternoon. Charley Webster went to near Clermont monday morning where he has a Job of painting. Carl Van Wey came up from Waterloo saturday to spend his vacation among Home folks. Mrs. Emma French was at decor Ali the past week earing for mrs. Altha Daubney who is ill. Miss Celia Earhart returned to Ames wednesday after a weeks visit Here among friends. Mrs. J. C. B. Peck arrived Home j thursday morning from a visit with i her Sisters at Dubuque. Wilma Everett of Strawberry Point has been visiting her sister mrs. Letchford the past week. Or. And mrs. John Davis and Charley Davis of Waukon were entertained at the Irvin Hughes Home sunday. Mrs. Glen Letchford enjoyed a visit from her brother Percel Everett of Strawberry Point saturday and sunday. Miss Stella Ruth of Decorah is spending the week with her Friend miss Geneva Darling at the Tom Boll Man Home. Or. And mrs. Theodore drier went to Hazelton one Day la.3t week to visit Rev. And mrs. J. E. Healey who Are both ill. Or. And mrs. C. T. Webster and Charlene visited at the Elmer Webster Home at Myron from tuesday until thursday. A memorial service will be held next sunday evening at the Community Church at 8 o clock. Everyone in item to come. Community song practice will held at the Church every Friday or. And mrs. Walter Van Wey and mrs. George Van Wey a toed to tuesday evening to meet mrs.1918. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife and aged father James Spaun of up Sikini Michigan two Brothers i. A. Spaun and Harry a Beadle both of Lansing Michigan and an aunt mrs. Emma Decker of Burr Oak. Iowa besides a number of other relatives. Or. Spaun has Boon in poor health for several years but since March 1 grew worse and on May wont to Iowa City Hospital for treatment we heir it was found he had a cancer and after an operation he passed away. He was a Stone Mason by Trade and did much work in this Vicinity. He was highly esteemed because of his kindly disposition and his willingness to Lien those in Neej and was a Good Friend and neighbor and has Many friends who regret his departure. The funeral services were held thursday afternoon at the Community Church at 2 00 o clock with Rev. J. R. B. Peek officiating and interment was made in the Village cemetery by the Side of his Sou. Hmm i thursday May j on that body of Van Cusi at any time since Therou i tied. A res jul if Trio to s any fish left in Tuv Koy River in the Burnham s Mill. Neighbourhood its because a Jolly Bunch of Postville fishermen failed to got them on Thor Hooka last sunday. The following folks Wero there after Thorn or. And mrs. Elmur Meyer or. And mrs. Elmer Schultz or and mrs Harold Eberling or. And mrs. Hol Muth Meyer miss Velma Schultz and cd. Ohloff. A Telo pram received monday after noon by Postville relatives announced the death that morning in Bell-1 slower California of Richard Herzug he 13 months old son of or and mrs j Max Herzig death following tuck of infantile paralysis mrs. Her do will to Best remembered As Mary Raton daughter of or. And mrs. F. M. Eaton former residents Here. Many Postville friends will sympathize with them in their sore affliction. Distance of three Miles was bosom of the Lake at one time to who witnessed the sight i mtg a Tom Enos of the Birds took Kwh Tea change that has resulted oratory Bird act became Tilv a a motor bus line has beens lashed Between los Angl Lamplu York vow 0 0u8sm each Way pts full the crossed Iota a week in March stopping of will in Grinnell which a. Regular station quire a Little Oil. ,.a ��y8 a the journey from los Angeles to Egl Noil. The fare is $50 from Loraus to Chicago. T is n Day set aside a 4 Honor of those woj Seffl have in years gone to j so bravely defended and protected on com. Try when danger threatened. In what better Way to we show nor apprendi Tion than by Star Tbs a j lit account an Emblem of of Faith in our country s future the Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa notice of primary election notice is hereby Given to the qualified electors of Alla Makee county Iowa that a primary election will be held at the regular polling places in the several election precincts of Alla Makee county Iowa on monday. June 7th, llj2ithe polls will be open from nine o clock a. M. To eight o clock p. M. At this primary election candidates Are to be nominated by the Republican and Demoi rat parties for the following offices state of one United states senator. governor. One n g \ a two. 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